Vulpera and Tarasp tourist information & hotel reservations.
We warmly welcome you to visit Vulpera & Tarasp and wish you a wonderful vacation.
Vulpera, which is politically joined with the village of Tarasp is a famous health and recreational resort, popular with its medicinal springs. The holiday region of Tarasp - Vulpera consists of 10 settlements. Vulpera is the greatest and most popular because of its geographic location. The surrounding areas are also attracting a lot of hikers and cyclists, as well as skiers and snowboarders in the nearby spa & ski resort of Scuol. The holiday area of all those resorts is around the peaks of Silvretta and the Dolomites. Despite the influx of tourist flow, the recreational area managed to maintain its cultural values and unspoiled nature, for the pride of the Engadine valley and the joy of the numerous travelers from Switzerland and abroad. A popular landmark of the entire Lower Engadine Valley is Tarasp castle, which can be spotted from a serious distance. Vulpera Golf Club is also attraction good tourist flow to the area. Both resorts of Tarasp and Vulpera provide with traditional quality hotel accommodation for Switzerland. We can particularly recommend you Schlosshotel Chastè in Tarasp and Robinson Club Schweizerhof, Hotel Villa Post and Hotel Villa Engiadina hotels in Vulpera.
In the Swiss spa region, consisting of Vulpera, Tarasp and Scuol tourist villages, one will found around thirty cold water springs with partially various mineral content of the water. Some of these mineral water sources have been known since the Middle Ages. The contemporary spa development started here in 1864 with the construction of the bath- and health center of Tarasp.
Tarasp - Vulpera Skiing Holidays
There are fourteen ski lifts, which will bring one up to the high skiing area of Naluns Motta.
The nearest airports to Vulpera and Tarasp are the international airport Zurich-Kloten and the
For flights, trains and car-rental reservations as well as for buses, coaches and taxi ski transfers refer to the general Switzerland Transportation page!